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What Makes Music Universal
Music brings us together to show us how different we are.
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One Violinist, One Violin… and Six Armed Guards
Francesca Dego on What It’s Like to Play Paganini’s ‘Il Cannone’
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Tech Tent: Is AI music the best medicine?
Ever tried to relax after a stressful day by putting on some music – a little Mozart, some gentle jazz – or perhaps a little Natalie Imbruglia? Well, now a start-up tech company says it is proving that the right
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To Express the Sound of a Country’s Soul, He Invented New Instruments
The Guatemalan composer, inventor and writer Joaquín Orellana’s creations are the subject of the Americas Society exhibition “The Spine of Music.”
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Juilliard Must Modernize, or It Will Disappear
A Juilliard-trained violinist argues that more innovative education at music conservatories could reverse classical music’s decline in the face of pop culture
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To boo or not to boo: Catcalls are the musical audience’s tool of last resort
One night in 1983, I went to an orchestral concert with a couple of composer friends. The headline piece on the program was a recent work by an increasingly prominent living composer, and we didn’t care for it at all.
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The sound of music in veterinary medicine
Certain musical tones and melodies have proven to elicit calming responses in animals. Learn how music therapy can benefit your pets and patients.
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Music and the brain: Why schools should really fund music education more
Back in high school, if there was one thing I could rely on every year, it was the annual threat that the music program would be cut. Usually, by the time the budget passed in April, these threats became meaningless
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